Question about Sport & Outdoor - Others
It's much more fun to play with friends who are preferably on the same level of experience as yourself. The game is fun, but much of the fun is the shared experience of playing with friends. It's best to play in a group of friends playing against each other, this can create a great experience of friendly competition and makes for many laughs. Playing against guys who are much better than you, and who may be using guns that are considerably better in accuracy and rate of fire, can make the game less fun for the first timer. If you are a very active and fearless kind of person, then you may learn quickly how to play, and how to stay in the game. Here are some important tips for those kind of guys- the closer you get to the bad guys, the more accurate your gun will be. Likewise the more accurate theirs will be, but at least you may hit them if you get the chance. AIM down the barrel. -The better the paintballs you buy, the more accurate your shots will be, likewise the cheaper the balls, the more likely they will be inaccurate. -If you rent a gun, make sure that it is shooting at the field legal speed. Most fields set the rental guns, but don't care if they're not shooting up to speed. Shooting lower than the bad guys will limit your accuracy and range. You can ask to check and up the speed, even if the refs say you don't need to, an experienced player might help you if the refs won't. - bring paper towels and maybe antifog spray to clean your goggles. You can't hit the bad guys if you can't see them, and you can't see them if your rental goggles are fogging up or dirty. If you can't see, ask for a new set from the rental office. -Clean your barrel. Take off the barrel and look inside of it. Don't do this with the barrel on the gun-duh. If it looks smooth it'll shoot straighter, if it looks like there's gunk inside, the shots will be inaccurate. The ref or some other player will have a swab or squeegee to clean it, ask them to show you how. Good luck
Posted on Feb 16, 2015
There are no set
rules about this, however you should be aware that experienced paintballs will
not be sensitive to your inexperience and may exploit this, you are better to
stick to your own level of experience.
There are no set rules about this, however you should be aware that experienced paintballs will not be sensitive to your inexperience and may exploit this, you are better to stick to your own level of experience.
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In most paintball games and tournament play, a paintball impact but non-break is non-elimination. It is good sportsmanship to call out "bounced" or "didn't break" if he/she is hit but does not receive paintball splatter.
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To get the best results you should play with at least 3 players on each team.
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It really depends on the field operators, a lot of them have a 16 years minimum age limit, however there are some that allow younger players around the ages of 12 - 16 supervised by parents.
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